Kate Taylor, Square Summer Rain, 2016
Kate Taylor, artist
Kate Taylor is an abstract artist born in Cambridge, England and now works out of her studio in Toronto, Ontario. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Western University where she was taught painting by the internationally-renowned artist, Paterson Ewen.
Kate’s work explores the unique forms and colours of nature and how they are an integral part of our lives. Working solely with a palette knife, she works in acrylics, often adding a resin epoxy coating to super-saturate the colours. Kate primarily works on birch panel, staining the background to reveal the woodgrain – this becomes an integral part of the composition.
Kate’s work is in private collections in Canada, the UK, Europe, Australia, Brazil, the US, and the Philippines. Kate is a member of the SolidColour and ColourShift Abstract Art Collectives – a group of individuals committed to capturing and abstracting the world around them.
Kate is represented by: ArtProfile in Toronto, Arta Gallery in Toronto, Copley Society of Art in Boston, GalleryM in Thornhill, Galerie203 in Montreal, Latitude 44 Gallery in Toronto and Petroff Gallery in Toronto.